“I believe in a strong holistic and integrative approach to health and fertility; combining this with evidence-based medicine, to provide a compassionate, thorough, and balanced approach. “
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Dr Andreadis is a qualified and experienced gynaecologist and fertility specialist. She is a Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility (CREI) sub-specialist, making her uniquely qualified to manage infertility and hormonal issues.
Her integrative approach means she looks into the impact of nutrition, lifestyle, and environment on reproductive health. She works with complementary health practitioners such as dieticians, naturopaths, acupuncturists and Chinese Medicine practitioners to provide well-rounded care for her patients. She also handles all aspects of LGBTI+ fertility treatment and will take your individual circumstances into account to provide a tailored treatment plan to suit you.
Dr Andreadis is a qualified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach (INHC), whereby she helps patients make sustained positive lifestyle changes to enhance their reproductive health. She prescribes weight loss medications in conjunction with offering lifestyle advice and support.
In 2000, Dr Andreadis graduated from Medicine at the University of NSW. After many years of further study and practice, she became a fellow of the Royal Australian New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG). Prior to this, she underwent generalist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney.
In 2008, she won the RANZCOG award for the highest mark in the Oral MRANZCOG exam, and in her final year of subspecialty training, she was a research fellow at Oxford, United Kingdom, and Utrecht, the Netherlands.
She holds a Masters Degree in Human Reproduction and Genetics from the University of Sydney.
Dr Andreadis is committed to sharing her knowledge which she fulfils by teaching as a clinical lecturer at the University of Sydney Central Medical School.
She has an informative women’s health and fertility podcast channel The Fanny Mechanic and a YouTube channel Dr Tash TV providing patients with her informative and entertaining video blogs.
Her current research interests are in music therapy where she and researchers at USW are looking at how music can help reduce anxiety related to gynaecological and fertility procedures.
Dr Andreadis has worked with FitBit, ModiBodi, Archery Australia and the NSW Institute of Sport consulting on women’s health.
She also runs a monthly book club at Better Read than Dead, focusing on a wide range of health-related topics.
Dr Andreadis and her team work with a small team of dedicated nurses and scientists who provide highly personalised care in a state-of-the-art IVF facility that offers the full range of assisted conception services for LGBTI+ couples and individuals.
For the convenience of her patients, Dr Andreadis offers telehealth consultations.
Other languages spoken: Greek.